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كمال الجنزورى
المصرية اقتصادي وسياسي. كان مرتين رئيس وزراء مصر. | An Egyptian economist and politician. Was twice the Prime Minister of Egypt.
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كمال الجنزوري (12 يناير 1933 بالمنوفية -)، رئيس وزراء مصر، كلفه المجلس العسكري الحاكم بنشكيل الحكومة في 25 نوفمبر 2011، وكان قد تولى رئاسة الوزارة قبل ذلك بالفترة من 4 يناير 1996 إلى 5 أكتوبر 1999، صاحب فكرة الخطة العشرينية التي بدأت في 1983 وانتهت عام 2003، تجاوزت مصر خلال ثلاث خطط خمسية مرحلة الانهيار ودخلت في منتصف الثالثة مرحلة الانطلاق . لُقب بوزير الفقراء والوزير المعارض لما ظهر منه في وقت رئاسته الوزراء وعمله الذي اختص برعاية محدودي الدخل.

 

اعتزل الجنزوري العمل السياسي بعد خروجه من رئاسة الوزراء.وصرّح في لقاء تلفزيوني مع منى الشاذلي في فبراير 2011 (عقب ثورة 25 يناير) أنّ نظام مبارك ضيّق عليه وحاصره إعلاميا بعد مغادرته الوزارة، حتى أنه «لم يتلق ولا مكالمة هاتفية واحدة من أي وزير كان في حكومته». ولم تكن للجنزوري مواقفُ حاسمة من الثورة إلا بعد نجاحها.

 

مسائلات مجلس الشعب

بعد تصاعد المطالبة الشعبية بإقالة الجنزورى وسط احتجاجات واسعة ضد المجلس العسكري الحاكم قام البرلمان المصري بمساعى وصفت بأنها شكلية لاستجواب الحكومة تمهيدا لإقالتها. إلا أن استجواب البرلمان للحكومة لم يكن فعالا خصوصا انه لم يحسن استغلال مقتل شباب مصريين في استاد بورسعيد بتواطؤ من الشرطة حيث لم يقوم البرلمان بالمطالبة باقالة وزير الداخلية وشدد على أهمية التعاون مع الحكومة لمحاسبة المتسبب في الجريمة. وبسبب وقوف البرلمان وراء الحكومة وضد المطالبات الثورية باقالتها وتنديده بالمظاهرات أمام وزارة الداخلية ووصف بعض النواب للمتظاهرين بانهم يتعاطون ترامادول ومخدرات, فقد البرلمان التعاطف الشعبي وصار ضعيفا في مواجهته مع الحكومة التي اشتدت فيما بعد إلى ان انتهت بقرار حل البرلمان الذي قال محمد سعد الكتاتنيرئيس مجلس الشعب ان كمال الجنزوري أخبره انه موجود ومجهز مسبقا.

 

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Kamal Ganzouri (born 12 January 1933) is an Egyptian economist who served as Prime Minister of Egypt from 7 December 2011 to 2 August 2012. He previously served as Prime Minister from 1996 to 1999. He came to power in 1996 succeeding Atef Sedki, and was in turn succeeded by Atef Ebeid in 1999. He was branded Minister of the Poor and the Opposition Minister because of his way of dealing with limited income people and the opposition. Before becoming Prime Minister, Ganzouri served as Minister of Planning and International Cooperation. On 24 November 2011, Egypt's military rulers appointed him as Prime Minister. He was sworn in and took office on 7 December 2011.

 

Early life

Kamal Ganzouri was born on 12 January 1933 in Garwan, a town in Bagor city in Monofia. He obtained a PhD at University of Michigan, United States and began teaching at Egyptian universities and training institutes in 1959.

 

Political career

He had served as a board member of the Sadat Academy for Administrative Sciences from 1962 to 1967 and became economic adviser to the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa in 1968. He was an adviser to the President Anwar Sadat. He was also a member of the National Specialized Councils of production, education and services. In 1974, he became undersecretary Of Planning Minister and kept this until 1975. He was appointed as Governor of the New Valley State in 1976 and then became Governor of the Bani Suef State in 1977 but resigned after just six months.

 

Minister of Planning

He was appointed as Director of The National Planning Institute in 1977 after resigning from Governor of Bani Suef State. After Hosni Mubarak assumed power as President of Egypt in 1981, Ganzouri became Minister of Planning after one year in 1982. In June 1984, he became Minister of International Cooperation. He was also Deputy Prime Minister from November 1986 to January 1996.

 

First Premiership

On 2 January 1996, Hosni Mubarak appointed Ganzouri as a replacement of Atef Sedki. During his appointment, he and his cabinet operated at a level that was unprecedented in Egypt's modern history.

 

Support for the 2011 Egyptian revolution

Ganzouri then appeared for the first time in about 11 years of silence as the of Egyptian Revolution broke and right after Hosni Mubarak stepping down in a phone call on "Al Haya Al Youm" TV program saying that's a day of a new era in Egypt and that there is nowhere going back from this day.

 

Second Premiership

After Essam Sharaf resigned as Prime Minister of Egypt on 21 November 2011, Supreme Council of the Armed Forces appointed Ganzouri to form a new coalition government on 24 November. He formed his "Salvation Government" on 3 December 2011 and was sworn in on 7 December. The military leadership stated as the cabinet was being sworn in that it has transferred him all presidential powers, with the exception of affairs related to the judiciary and the military. His government resigned on 26 June 2012 after the election of Mohamed Morsi as President of Egypt to make way for the new government.

 

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July 9, 2012

updated: 2013-02-06

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